The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 10
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thurtday, Nov. 7, 1957 I Flu Serious For LuVerne Instructor • LuVerne — Mr? Hugh Shirk nnd Mrs Car] Groh took Mrs Loj? Cros« Thursday *o Fort Dotlpo Lutheran hospital for trr.-HmrnU f<'Mowing complications from tin Jin. Mrs Cross is head (>f the music department of the LuVenn- school. Father Diet Friends here have rrreivod word of the death of Joe Jolin- son, 92. Alden, who passed away Saturday in a hospital in Iowa Falls. Surviving arc hi? aged wife, several sons and daughters. Funeral rites were held Wednesday. Mr Johnson is thr father of Mrs Ralph Stoll. Adopt Baby Girl Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson went to the Babyfold Hillcrest Home, Dubuque, Friday where they took a three month old baby girl named Lu Ann, to their home. They live in the Doan Community northeast of LuVerne. Francis Sanford of Badger visited his mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford, Sunday. They were joined for supper by Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie. Mrs Jessie Sanford accompanied by her brother, Mr and Mrs Otto Sailer of Clear Lake, went to Emmetsburg, Friday where they visited .their sister, Mrs Belle Harrison. Mr and Mrs LeRoy aHnselman and -Audrey and his mother, Mrs Anna Hanselman were Sunday guests in the home of their sister and daughter, the Harley Christensens at Estherville. The dinner honored the birthday of Mrs Anna Hanselman and Mrs Robert Swan, Vermillion, S. D., daughter of Mr and Mrs Christensen. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly visited with Mrs Nelle Biegger Thursday at Thor. Mrs Biegger is in a cast and confined to bed. The Rev. Worthies U. Usher was •» in Des Moines Friday through Sunday attending a Christian Vacation Confernce. The Sunday morning service at the Methodist church was in charge of Mrs Glen Braynard, Mrs Sylvester Brace, Mrs Lloyd Larson and Mrs Usher in the absence of the Rev. Usher. Mrs ReuBen Knutson of Hutchins visited her aunt, Mrs Jessie Sanford Thursday afternoon. Mrs Nelle Biegger,,was 4aken Wednesday (Nov. 6) to a hospital in Rochester, Minn, for medical observation and treatment. Mr and Mrs Edwin Hefti and his father, John Hefti, Sr. visited in Peterson, Minn. Sunday with their sister and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dudley Blesie. Here's THE '58 Car Foil You! ON DISPLAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY Nov. 8 and 9 AT Ernie Williams 1958 PONTIAC Special Algona pill Go On Until Midnight '.-' '* . . * ' ' Ernie William Announces Prizes and Presents For Display of 1958's Pontiac With Eighty-Eight New Features 'That's right, folks," said Ernie this week. "I'm really pleased with this new 1958 Pontiac and I think when you see some of its 88 new features, you'll agree with me that Pontiac is 58's car for you. Thafs why I've decided to stay open until midnight this Friday and Saturday when we start showing the new Pontiac for the first time in Algona — to give you every chance to look it over."We'll be giving away treats and there will be registration for door prizes so make this weekend your Pontiac weekend in Algona. When.you come in we will show you features that are surprising all the manufacturers — the features of GM's Hot One, PONTIAC. You'll see a dash radio that pulls out and goes portable, improved fuel injection (a Pontiac first) or- triple carburetors. There is also the new "tempest 385" that gives Pontiac the soupjojie America'sJflirst two-famjly sports type car. Eighty-eight new features in all, so come to Ernie's this weekend and see the new Pontiac — your car for 1958." v . SOUTH OF THE COURT HOUSE KQSSUTH COUNTY'S PONTIAC-CAD1LLAC DEALER ALGONA HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ui tc LAST ! ! THREE ! ! DAYS ! HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ! LAST ! ! THREE ! ! DAYS ! 12,000 Items Of Hardware, Appliance$,lSporting Goods, Gifts To Choose From AND UP TO I in Lay Away (jjft Purchases and Toys For Christmas MnHMHMNMVMMVMMMMMMIMIMINIWHMMMi • •^(••••••{{^•^••{^•^•••••••I^BI^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— ivsry Time You Are In The Store Of Discounts From 5% OP To >-••?-•• .• •" • '•-'' ' ' ."" " ' " . - ! : ... •'•,- '_ . ' • "•;..,. ' P.. ; J';-, ' , .• V V ; . , Select Your Merchandise - Select Your Balloon ,i. L „—5T- - w- "s-'—j-*,- .-—-«-—!, - - j— «"-• Were Than WMWQ Itehw ojj-fi*le 9! HaU-fttahprn Hardware . ., When You Have Dene 8e, a»<J Before You Pay lor Them . , , Pick Out a Balloon . , , Inside All of Them are Liberal four rDoi Tfe« at HiU^Stiah'Qrnl -lu> Balloon 8Up and fireak Stowr* fte DISCOBMT Y i tos Tha« 6% •« aM Up 10 *0%i on You? eu Ban Save — Really SAVE Just 3 More Big Days and Nights, Folks! I m eiBSfi b»r« wi4 ready to *«v» you • , . we'y»pyt.in hundred* pi good cutfonw** . . . bul we've L r»al work tfcese j«i»t inking our vUanjins B ALL-STRAHORN HDWE - - s ' '••'', i . • _ r* t. • • . HAU-ST1UHORN HARDWARE HALl-STRAHORN HARDWARE HALL-5TRAHORH HAU-5TRAHOEN HARDWAM HAU-5TRAHOIIN; HARDWARE

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